When i picked up my car it was also full of Dealer installed swirls and scratches. After an entire day of prep, I finally had the full color of WRB come out! Lots of work but the results speak for themselves!!!
Doesn't leave a shine, just cleans it well (and you can use it on your stereo and nav screen) and makes your car smell like blueberries. If I have lint left over (say from my microfiber towel) I use a vacuum with a brush attachment to remove it without scratching.
I think I do 3 sprays on the towel and then wipe and then apply more sprays and turn the towel as necessary. I've not had any issues with the dash pulling on the towel but I'm cleaning my interior usually at least once a week if not more. The place that I've found gets the dirtiest is the rear shelf - probably because I like to go with the windows down as much as possible.
i always recommend keeping a swimmer duster in the glove box. it comes with a semi flexible handle to get it hard to reach places, plus the dust sticks to it really well. i use that in between cleaning the interior with liquid cleaner.
Customer requested to debadge, since the car was new it was quite easy to remove. We used dental floss and remove the emblems. We removed the leftover adhesive with Auto Finesse Obiltarate. Ghosting was remove with the Rupes LHR12 and Sonax Perfect Finish.
Could you share more details on this? My dealer stuck some awful badge with their name below the Subaru badge on mine. The "metal finish" doesn't even match Subaru's badging, so it's a real eyesore.
Did you just use dental floss and slide the floss back and forth on the adhesive to kind of lift the badge off? I've read about using adhesive-remover and/or applying some heat via hair blower, but that sounds a bit risky with regards to damaging the paint.
I was able to debadge two trunks without any floss or chemicals. All I did was use gentle heat with a hair dryer and my fingers. Gently lift and peel the emblems, most adhesive will come off but the remaining I was able to slowly peel off by hand.
Expel Ultimate paint protection film is what you are looking for, I use some similar products as the OP does but have found Chemical Guys make some excellent waxes and sealant polymers. The shampoo and butter wax combos seem to last a long time. I like three step wax process a nice carnauba laid down, then a product called Butter wax combine with sealants afterwards provides the best results.
The results are only as good as the products you use.
Has anyone experienced this yet? This is the front caliper turning yellow after one track day:
Now this is the same caliper turning from yellow to gold after the second track day:
I bothered Subaru after the first time but they told me the car was advertised with Yellow brakes, so I said...
I called Innovative and they were of no help at all.
Here is a video of what is happening. It seems a bit extreme to me. I have the sensor in the sandwich plate adapter.
While driving, no matter the RPM, I get a 20-30 psi fluctuation.
Anyone know why when I’m just cruising highway or street speeds my climate control will automatically just come on?
Cars a 17 STI premium. Never happened before but happens three time’s tonight in a twenty minute drive?
I told my friend at the end of last year to book a track day and I would join him, no excuses.
He called a couple days ago and said he booked a day on July 12 and to get my shit together.
I have a 2018 with several suspension and engine mods, but hadn't really looked at brakes since I only...
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